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Sony HT-CT60 and HT-CT260
New sound bars with Bluetooth from Sony


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
02 Aug 2012

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Sony presents the HT-CT60 and HT-CT260 sound bars. The latter comes with a wireless subwoofer that can be placed anywhere in the living room, as well as Bluetooth music streaming.

Sony HT-CT60 and HT-CT260 sound bars

Sony's new sound bars can improve sound quality when connected to your Sony TV or any other flat panel TV. The CT260 is the most powerful variant but both can imitate surround sound with Sony’s so-called 3D sound system.

Sony HT-CT260
Sony’s new HT-CT260 sound bar with wireless subwoofer


Both come with a subwoofer and the subwoofer for the CT260 is wireless. It only requires power but can be placed anywhere in the room and link up wirelessly to the main sound bar unit. The smaller CT60 promises 60W effect and the larger CT260 delivers 300W if you add up the total effect as is the norm in the business today.

Sony HT-CT60
Sony’s new, smaller HT-CT60 sound bar


Sony HT-CT260 also features Bluetooth technology, enabling users to stream music from their PC, smartphone or tablet with Bluetooth support. With this feature users can avoid having to hook up cables.

Sony says that the HT-CT60 will be available by the end of September and that the HT-CT260 will be available from early October in other words, we should expect to get the first glimpse at IFA 2012.




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